Regenerative Medicine

Conditions Regenerative Medicine Can Treat:

  • Chronic Joint Pain
  • Chronic Knee Pain
  • Hip Pain
  • Rotator Cuff Injuries
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Ligament and Muscle Tears
  • Chronic Ankle Pain
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Regenerative Medicine

Our regenerative medicine treatment uses both treatments containing mesenchymal stem cells and platelet-rich                                                                                                            plasma injections to support, stimulate, and enhance your body’s natural healing capabilities.                                                                                                                                    Regenerative treatments have the potential to help repair disease and injuries that would not usually heal on                                                                                                          their own.

By accelerating the regeneration of healthy tissue at the site of your injury, our treatments provide relief for                                                                                                                  a range of debilitating musculoskeletal conditions.

The purpose of our clinic is to help you return to doing the activities you love, without complicated surgeries,

relying on habit-forming prescription pain medicine, or lengthy periods of recovery. Call us today to schedule a
free consultation and discover the healing power of regenerative medicine.
Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Stem cell therapy has been proven to be an effective treatment for chronic joint pain, and most muscle, tendon,
cartilage and nerve problems. During this non-surgical procedure, stem cells are injected into the problem area
of the body. These stem cells encourage and speed up the body’s natural healing process, regenerating tissue in
the injured area.
The stem cells that we use at Shoreline Medical Services are from a donor bank that is accredited with the
American Association of Tissue Banks. Known as MSCs or Mesenchymal stem cells and numerous building
blocks such as growth factors, collagens and anti-inflammatories called the Matrix, these are collected from
umbilical cord gel. All of our stem cells are tested for viability and cryopreserved.


Is Stem Cell Therapy Right for You?
Stem cell therapy has been recognized by the National Institute of Health as an effective process to replace and
regenerate human cells and tissues to restore normal function. This treatment is ideal for anyone that has been
experiencing chronic pain from an injury or degenerative condition. This type of stem cell therapy has been
proven effective to treat a wide range of conditions from osteoarthritis and back or neck injuries to chronic knee
pain and tendonitis. This is a non-surgical procedure with little to no downtime. Many people are choosing
regenerative medicine using stem cells to avoid joint surgery or artificial replacement.



How PRP Therapy Works
During this non-invasive, out-patient treatment the patient’s own blood is drawn. Using a centrifuge, the platelets
are separated from the red blood cells. The platelets, which are proven to be high in protein and effective for
growth and healing, are then injected into the patient’s damaged muscle or joint. From here, these platelets go to
work causing a repair response in the body.

 PRP can be used on its own or combined with Stem Cells.

When combined it can cut down the healing process by as much as 80%.


                                       For more information please contact us at 860-326-5869.
Our licensed providers make each patient a specific treatment plan that will be most effective for their condition.
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